Reviews from the Category Network-and-Internet
What? A Kaiju?!
There are plenty of options to choose from when you want to connect to a FTP server. Your browser can do it, your file manager can do it. Heck, even your grandma can do it nowadays. But in case file transfers aren't just something you do once per year, you might need some extra support and... Read full review
A cozy hub
There's something about IRC that I find endearing. Maybe it's because of anonymity, or maybe because it represents one of my first encounters with the Internet. ASL PLS and all that. Ares however is not about chatting, but about file sharing. Well, maybe it's both.
Here we mainly have a... Read full review
The IP Camera Viewer You Have Been Waiting For
VXG RTSP Player (IP Camera) is a nice app which gives you the opportunity to view and record the surveillance footage captured by your IP cameras using your Smartphone. If you are looking for an app that can enable you to catch the live feed coming from your IP cameras or surveillance system on... Read full review
The Ultimate Experience
Opera is back. And is more alluring than ever. In the current sociopolitical climate the vikings at Opera ASA have thought out a wonderful solution for those who need to keep their convictions as private as possible. It's called Free VPN! Not only that, but the new Opera also comes with... Read full review
I am sorry to disappoint, but there absolutely nothing to report here. Nothing except that this obscure app seems to refuse to work.
The original description suggests that Biometric Fingerprint Attendance System is a graphical user interface to be used with biometric scanning tools. Which... Read full review
Tired of plug-ins?
Downloading videos off the web has been an occupation as old as online video has existed. I remember the olden days when Flash Video was ubiquitous. I felt really smart when I realized I could retrieve video files from my browser cache folder. A simple sorting and a search for a sizable file was... Read full review
It's ea$y when every font in the 'verse has a special character to accommodate your currency symbol. The Dollar sign is ubiquitous, the Euro sign is often printed on keyboards in Europe, but what if you want to use others? While I'm sure that most other scripts (not Roman) include characters for... Read full review
There's no phantom here
Although you do not need to wear a tie in order to browse with Opera, using such a fine software program requires a certain degree of respect. Whether you're using the Opera Turbo feature or enjoying the Discover mode, you must be appreciating it. Its noble interface and varied content will... Read full review
Picky and lacking
Sometimes, developers make the weirdest choices. Today we look at a browser add-on/extension that supposedly picks up torrent files just as you download them and connects to their trackers just like your favorite torrent client does. I say "supposedly" because ZTorrent is very picky when it... Read full review
Here we have a media converter. Just like in the old days when you would turn in VHS tapes for DVD's, you can now switch from QuickTime to Matroshka, from AVI to MKV and from SWF to GIF if your heart so desires. But wait, there's more!
Format Factory can read a considerable... Read full review